First up: Janine (Janines) and Stacy (stacydumas) - both jewelry artists. Janine creates pewter jewelry and Stacy focuses on natural materials such as Birch Bark. Here's Janine and some views of their displays:
Next up: Michelle from Little Toad. Michelle does beautiful custom cards, invitations, announcements.
this card that she had on display. I know a few guys who could use this!
Liz from Uglyclothes creates "It's the Fuzz" - creative and unusual needle felted creatures.
Here's Christine (Christinesbeadworks) and Janis (Kittykins), both talented jewelry artists.
I fell in love with this piece from Janis:beaded wrist cuffs:
Jesse of Parkercreativegifts and http://parkercreative.us is a talented photographer who mounts his work on wood blocks AND makes his own display stands! Cool!
I fell in love with the work by Patti of Legacymixedmedia. She also has a blog: http://www.patti-itsmylife.blogspot.com/. Her assemblages are wonderfully creative and she makes great use of what others might call "junk." Great recycler/upcycler! I think my attraction to her work probably results from the fact that when I try to create an assemblage like these they don't turn out very well!
Hard to pick a favorite, but I was really attracted to these two, especially the one on the left.
This last gentleman - Goldy Holdwick of Rustic Productions - doesn't have an internet presence, but his work is delightful - very rustic. He too upcycles materials like tools and rusty discards to create his bird houses, bat houses, and squirrel feeders. If you would like his contact information just send me an email.